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    Operations Research Ethics

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    As an aspiring Industrial Engineer one field that is of particular interest to me as an individual is Operations Research (OR). Operations Research is the application of scientific principles to business management, which provides a quantitative basis for complex decision-making. I’ll introduce why I chose this particular field and how a conversation on ethics is warranted through explanation of the extent of OR methodologies and the impact of the decisions made by these researchers. Think of OR as a highly technical consulting niche, which deals with discovering optimal solutions using specific tools. Consultants in this field run into a variety of ethical issues. Constantly moving from project to project, each problem they encounter is…

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    Start, even as simply as writing an essay, but a good one, it requires a start and it requires the writer to start with his or her magic pen to let the article flow. Operation research is my new start. In the field of operation research, optimization attracts me with its unique beauty. Nonlinear optimization, linear optimization, integer optimization, decision diagram all these fields of study start letting me know what I’m good at and what I will devote my life in. Starting a PhD in operation…

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    Operation Barbarossa On June 22 1941 Russian troops heard rumbling in the distance within a few hours millions of Russian troops were on the run the biggest operation in World War 2 had just been launched.These words paint a clear picture of Operation Barbarossa. According to Historian Sid Moody theses words are as true as could be. Moody states that the lives lost were completely unnecessary to the Operation causing millions of deaths of soldiers and civilians alike. Operation Barbarossa is…

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    On June 22,1941 Germany launched an attack on the Soviet Union called operation Barbarossa. It was called Barbarossa in honer of German ruler Fredrick I. Fredrick I had orchestrated a ruthless attack on the Slavic (The Defeat of Hitler). The reason why Germany wanted to seize Soviet union for its prime land for long-term German settlement. Germany was at its strongest at its time with hundred fifty divisions, and three thousand tanks (Williamson Murray). Hitler then ordered a blitzkrieg but…

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    During World War II an operation was set forth to claim and establish the northern end of the pincer to allow movement of Allied forces deeper into Germany lines. The goal was to move from Belgium to the north, through the Netherlands, puncture through the Rhine, and reorganize north of the Dutch and German border. This famous operation was set in motion by the United Kingdom’s own Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and was given the name Operation Market Garden. Alongside Field Marshal…

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    Operation Red Wings, also referred to as Operation Red Wing or OP Redwing, was planned and rehearsed as a small reconnaissance mission consisting of four Navy Special Warfare Operators (SEALS) in the Kunar Province of Afghanistan in late June, 2005. Lt. Michael Murphy, Petty Officer 2nd Class Danny Dietz, Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew Axelson, and Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell were the four team members assigned to this mission, with Murph being the ranking officer, and…

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    CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introductory Remarks In this chapter, the scheduling problems, their concept and theirdifferent types are briefly covered.A brief introduction to the role of schedulingis given.Description of JobShop Scheduling Problem (JSSP)is presented with its practical complication.Types of schedulingand objectives of the study are summarized. Also, A brief introduction about the plan of the project is given.Research layout at the end of the chapter is presented. 1.2Scheduling…

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    believe it is because of our special operations forces; the Navy Seals, the Delta Forces, the Green Berets (special forces), Civil Affairs, and the only special operations aviation in the military; the 160th Special…

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    Vendor Selection Optimization In Supply Chain Management Abstract— An effective vendor selection process is very important to the success of any manufacturing organization. Simply looking for vendors offering the lowest prices is not efficient sourcing any more. We propose a multi-criteria decision making method, which accounts for both vendor selection and optimal order allocation. We also propose a policy for unselected vendors to maintain a competitive environment and derive maximum…

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    A3501 Case Study

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    BACKGROUND In OA3501, Inventory Models, a plethora of tools and models were introduced so Operations Research Supply Managers could clearly optimize on hand material and reduce overall inventory costs. Utilizing these tools efficiently and effectively will balance inventory needs and requirements by minimizing cost to order and hold material. The models and calculations discussed in OA3501 are the foundation for understanding the functionality of all inventory aspects. PROBLEM STATEMENT During…

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